ethics in research

Ethics in research - Ethics in research Biomedical research ethics came about as a result of abuse to research participants in the past Nazis

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Ethics in research Biomedical research ethics came about as a result of abuse to research participants in the past Nazis concentration camp experiments The Tuskegee Syphilis Study Research was often carried out on prisoners, orphans, or mentally ill; many times without the subjects’ knowledge
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Ethics in research (cont.) The Nuremberg Code (1947) Developed from the Nuremberg Military Tribunals Had no legal authority (unenforceable) Only dealt with research on healthy participants Left the control of research entirely up to scientists
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Ethics in research (cont.) Declaration of Helsinki (1964) Developed by the World Medical Association to remedy deficiencies of the Nuremberg Code Has been amended five times, most recently in 2000 Required medical researchers to clearly define study protocols Protocols had to be submitted to independent ethical review committees (IRB) for approval
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Ethics in research (cont.) The Belmont Report (1979) Included 3 principles of research ethics Autonomy – the principle of respect for persons; especially those with diminished autonomy
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course PHPR 1212 taught by Professor Young during the Summer '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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Ethics in research - Ethics in research Biomedical research ethics came about as a result of abuse to research participants in the past Nazis

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